The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism divided the Arab Republic of Egypt into tourist regions, the most important of which is the Gulf of Aqaba region, which has been identified in five sectors:
The Sharm el-Sheikh sector represents one of the most important sectors because of the tourist attractions of nature, diving areas, nature reserves and others. Marsa El Dekheila area is considered one of the elements of excellence within the Sharm El Sheikh sector because it contains one of the most important diving areas on the Gulf of Aqaba.
In September 90, the company contracted with the Ministry of Tourism and the General Authority for Tourism Development to buy a land area of 1400 acres in the city of Sharm el-Sheikh located in the area of Marsa Dekheila beach Ras Nasrani Gulf of world-renowned for the purpose of comprehensive tourism development of this area.
The length of the beach for this area is approximately 4500 m.It is located along the Sharm El Sheikh International Airport and is characterized by the following:
The area of Montazah Sharm El Sheikh tourist center is about 5.994 million square meters, including tourist projects with its services according to the following
The tourist center includes a group of major public companies in the field of tourism, which owns a group of hotels classified globally, including a list under operation and others are under implementation as follows:
Some companies execute their projects such as:
Within the framework of the company’s implementation of the integrated development of the Montazah – Sharm El-Sheikh tourist center in its first and second phases, as well as the implementation of limited development projects in the center and carried out by a group of serious investors in the center and the company for some projects.
Integrated Development Works:
Business Development Limited:
The company carries out the comprehensive tourism development of this center according to the modern planning and development standards which are as follows:
The company has covered the land of the first phase of the tourist center with an area of about 1000 feddans with utilities networks of roads, sewage networks, nutrition, irrigation, electricity and telephones that serve all the limited development projects that are currently under operation. To introduce the infrastructure of the second phase of implementation for an area of about 400 acres at a cost of up to 480 million pounds.
The following is a presentation of the nature and position of the ongoing work in the tourist center as follows: